Mitsubishi Electric expresses its deepest sympathies and sincerest condolences to anyone who lost a family member, colleague or friend to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The company also expresses its sincere gratitude and respect to everyone working to prevent the spread of disease.
The company has been placing its highest priority on the health and safety of customers and business partners as well as employees and their families. At the same time, the company also is working to fulfill its social responsibilities by maintaining businesses necessary to sustain people’s daily lives, including by delivering stable supplies of products and necessary services and providing customer support.
The company assumes that the global spread of COVID-19 is significantly changing the values of humanity, affecting people’s lifestyles, work styles and the way they do business.
The company will promote group wide work style transformation by enforcing remote work and fully leveraging online meeting tools to incorporate the new values into the way its employees work. The company also will quickly establish the systems of marketing, commercial transactions, servicing and user trainings in the digital environment.
Going forward, Mitsubishi Electric will make every possible effort to respond to changing demand and address social challenges by uniting all the capabilities inside and outside of the Group, while taking all the necessary measures to prevent the spread of infections.
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